Applying for 50+ jobs without as much as a email response? I have an associate's degree in business administration and a bachelor's s degree too, and have had retail marketing job for 10 years lost during the height of COVID. Why are the media outlets pushing this false narrative that there's so many jobs you can start working tomorrow or even today? It's simply not true I've been trying for a long time now, and It's horrible being told over and over when the reality is no one is hiring and the applications ask way too much out of people we should be asking more out of employers not the other way around. #wordsofadvice
A Florida McDonald's location is offering 50 bucks for job interview candidates and still struggling to attract workers according to the Business Insider online article, A Florida McDonald's is still struggling to find applicants
Would you risk losing your unemployment benefits for a foodservice or retail job?
Why do you think it's sooo hard to attract workers for these type of jobs?